Friday, June 28, 2013
Explore Black Hills' hub for art while discovering Downtown Rapid City's creative side at the Second Fridays Art Walk this summer.
The event, organized by the Rapid City Downtown Association, the Rapid City Arts Council and Main Street Square, continues on July 12 and Aug. 9, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Galleries and other businesses will feature artists' receptions, demonstrations, performances and other special events. At Main Street Square, acoustic performers will take the stage and local arts groups will be on hand with information about summer events.
"The event had great response in June. Downtown Rapid City is truly an arts destination, and the Second Fridays Art Walk is showcasing our region's rich arts offerings," said Anna Huntington, community arts coordinator at Destination Rapid City. "Each business features its own activities on each night, some featuring unique events all three nights. Stroll with us in Downtown Rapid City."
Eighteen Downtown businesses have scheduled activities and refreshments, including: Alternative Fuel Coffee House, 512 Main St., Ste. 100; Perfect Hanging Gallery, 512 Main St., Ste. 940; The Shops at Main Street Square, 512 Main St.; Main Street Square, 526 Main St.; Shirt Shack, 517 Main St.; Prairie Edge, 606 Main St.; Reflections of South Dakota Gallery & Gifts, 605 Main St.; Global Market, 629 Main St.; Rapid River Gallery, 910 Main St., Ste. 120; Suzie Cappa Art Center, 722 St. Joseph St.; Shaviq Studio and Gallery, 626 St. Joseph St.; Museum of the American Bison, 607 St. Joseph St.; Celtic Connection, 517 Sixth St.; Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, 507 Sixth St.; James Van Nuys Gallery, 516 Sixth St.; Wyss Associates Inc., 728 Sixth St.; Security First Bank, 705 Fifth St.; and the Dahl Arts Center, 713 Seventh St.
Maps, with a business and activity listing, may be picked up at any of the participating businesses during or before the event.
To learn more, visit DowntownRapidCity.com, e-mail email@example.com, or call (605) 716-7979.